UN General Assembly adopts resolution on artificial intelligence

21/03/2024 | France24

On Thursday, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution emphasising the need for a set of international guidelines to address the benefits and risks of artificial intelligence (AI). The resolution stresses the importance of promoting safe, secure, and trustworthy AI systems. Military AI is excluded from the resolution's scope. The resolution, which was prepared by the United States, focuses on the technology's positive potential and seeks to bridge the digital divide between and within countries. US Vice President Kamala Harris applauded the resolution, saying that it establishes a path forward on AI where every country can seize the promise and manage the risks of AI.

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